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close this bookParents and Learning (IAE - IBE - UNESCO, 36 p.)
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View the documentThe International Academy of Education - IAE
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View the documentIntroduction
View the document1. The curriculum of the home
View the document2. The parent/child relationship
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View the document7. Parental involvement
View the document8. Parent education
View the document9. Family/school relationships
View the document10. Families and communities
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